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Progressive Chess. Several variants where white moves one time, black twice, white three times, etc. (8x8, Cells: 64) (Recognized!)[All Comments] [Add Comment or Rating]
padysak wrote on 2009-06-14 UTC
Whats about stalemate after three-times repetition the same position? On AtlanticGames.net oponnent play: '11.Kd3 Kc3 Kb3 Kxa2 Kb3 Kb4 Ka5 Kb5 Ka5 Kb5 Ka5' and it was stalemate! I think this rule in progressive chess is wrong! When I play with stronger player, I can make three-times repetition position from move number 4. (If my king is not in check.)